Friday, 6 Jan 2017
Fossil Group is moving into connected wearables in a big way with new additions to their portfolio.
ASUS has announced the ZenBook 3 Deluxe, a more powerful version of the previous year's MacBook lookalike. The new laptop features a larger 14-inch display and three USB-C ports in total, making it far easier to use.
Supports for Netflix, HDR, and Dolby Atmos/Dolby True HD decoding are just a few of the many things it can do. More after the jump.
Dell has just announced its new Canvas display, a display which looks like Microsoft's Surface Studio and was specially designed for creative professionals.
Using Sony’s Z-Phosphor laser light source and sporting native 4K resolution, it can deliver a 100-inch, 16:9 projection at just six inches away from the wall.
Razer always has something impressive to show off at CES, but this year they've really outdone themselves. Project Valerie is a crazy gaming laptop with three built-in 17-inch 4K displays. Open the laptop and the two side screens automatically deploy by sliding out the side.
Want lots and lots of pixels and detail? Dell has just announced the new UP3218K, a 32-inch monitor with a gorgeous 8K display.
MSI showed off its new range of Z270 series motherboard at a media event at CES earlier today. Over 30 motherboards, to be exact. The new motherboards are designed to work with Intel's new 7th-gen Intel Core 'Kabylake' CPUs and are also optimised for Intel's new Optane technology.
Apple accessory maker TwelveSouth unveiled the ActionSleeve Armband for the Apple Watch at Consumer Electronics Show 2017.
Samsung's efforts in virtual reality have paid off.